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Hong Kong Tatler

November 2019

The last word in high society and the life luxurious, Hong Kong Tatler has been chronicling the lives of the city’s elite since 1977. From insider access to the most exclusive parties and events in Hong Kong and beyond, to authoritative coverage of art, fashion, wine, dining and travel, to face-to-face interviews with the people that really matter, Hong Kong Tatler takes you closer to the highest echelons of society than anyone else.

Pays:
Hong Kong SAR China
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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around asia

On the cover are not one but two Melissas—Melissa Tan and Melissa Sin. Both women are playing integral roles in carrying their respective family businesses into 2020 and beyond. Plus, we speak to three generations of the family behind tea brand BOH, who discuss their 90 years of history producing tea for Malaysia. Fronting Philippine Tatler’s Legacy Issue is actress, television personality and entrepreneur Anne Curtis, who reveals what’s next on her agenda. Also featured are the Tesoro, Aranaz and Dizon families—three design dynasties whose leading members are all preparing to pass the torch to the next generation. Three inspiring women— Elaine Kim, Lam Tze Tze and Ginny Wiluan—appear on the cover of this legacy-themed issue and discuss how they’re not only continuing their respective families’ legacies but also building on them.…

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hong kong tatler

Managing Director SEAN FITZPATRICK Advertising hktad@edipressemedia.com Advertising Director YVONNE YIP Associate Sales Directors ANGEL WONG, PAULY LAM Senior Sales Manager MICHELLE LEE Business Director, Food and Wine ANDY CHENG Sales Manager CAROLE TAM Marketing and Events hkmktg@edipressemedia.com | hkevent@edipressemedia.com Marketing Manager VANESSA HUI Events Manager EMMA NUTTALL Creative Director, Events PAVEL ZAMAKHIN Circulation hkcirc@edipressemedia.com Circulation Manager GLADYS WONG Senior Circulation Officer WILSON MA Production and Traffic hkprod@edipressemedia.com | hktraffic@edipressemedia.com General Manager–Publishing Services ANNE MOK Production Manager GEMINI HUI Senior Production Officer SIDNEY KWOK Production Officer RAY TAM Edipresse Media Asia hq@edipressemedia.com Chairman and CEO MICHEL LAMUNIÈRE CFO IDA CHEUNG Chief Brand Officer SEAN FITZPATRICK Head of Growth SHERRY HSIEH Global Artistic Director JOE ZEE Chief Content Officer DANICA LO Managing Director–Edipresse Media Malaysia FLORENCE FANG Managing Director–Edipresse Media Singapore CORINNE NG Managing Director–Edipresse Media China QING SHEN Managing Director–Philippines IRENE MARTEL FRANCISCO General Manager–Edipresse Media Taiwan APRIL HSU Head of Generation T, Asia TAMARA LAMUNIÈRE Regional Financial Controller ERIC FOO Regional IT Manager MARK TAM International Sales intlad@edipressemedia.com Commercial Strategy Director…

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forward thinking

The future is exciting. Space travel, flying cars, smart homes—what’s not to love? When we first decided to theme this issue around the future, we were ready to go to the far ends of the Earth—and if necessary, beyond—to meet the inventors creating robot doctors, 3D-printed food, human microchips and more. But as our conversations developed, we realised what really intrigued us were the people, places and projects that will change our lives in the next five, 10 or 20 years—the near future rather than the distant. Someone who is shaping the immediate future of Hong Kong is our cover star, Adrian Cheng. Adrian has spent the past 10 years developing Victoria Dockside, the US$2.6 billion cultural district on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront that comprises K11 Artus serviced apartments, the…

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the golden hour

For our November issue, Tatler creative director Miguel Mari collaborated with Adrian Cheng’s team on an ambitious cover concept: to feature Adrian alongside nine creatives who contributed to the realisation of K11 Musea. Working under geographical, travel, and time constraints—gathering 10 very busy and important people from far-flung corners of the Earth in one place at one time for one photoshoot was… well, we tried—Miguel proposed an illustration, one of the few hand-drawn covers in Hong Kong Tatler history. Tatler commissioned Marc Aspinall, a UK-based illustrator whose work has appeared in publications such as Wired, the Telegraph and the Washington Post, and who derives inspiration from the styling of the mid-century golden era of design. Working off of a robust selection of images and a dossier filled with personality profiles and…

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contributors

Christian Barker The Singapore-based writer introduces watchmakers shaking up traditional horology in To Infinity and Beyond (p.120) WOULD YOU RATHER LIVE FOR A WEEK IN THE PAST OR THE FUTURE? I’ve already seen the past so fire up the flux capacitor and take me to the future, please. WHAT’S ONE THING FROM YOUR CHILDHOOD THAT WILL SEEM STRANGE TO FUTURE GENERATIONS? We received no trophies for participation in my day, sonny boy. WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF AT THE AGE OF 80? Sipping wine in the sunshine. Rachel Duffell The Hong Kong-based journalist gets an exclusive look inside YouTube sensation Taylor R’s home in Second Home (p.194) WOULD YOU RATHER LIVE FOR A WEEK IN THE PAST OR THE FUTURE? Definitely the past. I like to know a little of what I’m letting myself in for and prefer to let the…

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1 HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL The inaugural edition of this festival has four sections—an international selection, Hong Kong selection, a spotlight on Polish documentaries and a Chinese documentary competition—showcasing 65 films from 12 countries and regions. At the Space Museum until November 17. urbtix.hk HONG KONG CULTURE FESTIVAL The fifth edition of this festival, dedicated to celebrating local cultural traditions, presents exhibitions, performances, concerts, film screenings, talks, workshops and more. At various locations until November 23. hkculturefestival.com FESTIVE KOREA Running annually since 2011, this festival showcases all aspects of Korean culture, from performing and visual arts to food and martial arts. At various locations until November 29. festivekorea.com 9 RUN HK CHARITY RACE Participate in a running race of 14km or 19km to raise funds for the refugee-focused charity RUN, whose name stands for Rebuild, Unite,…

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